[ UK /ˈɜːbi‍əm/ ]
  1. a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs with yttrium
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How To Use erbium In A Sentence

  • For the destructive lasers, meaning carbon dioxide or erbium or blends of those two, the risk of scarring is higher.
  • The Southern ones, the so-called ionic clays from which the higher atomic numbered rare earths, europium, dysprosium, and terbium are produced, can run so that they have a 30% gross margin. Home Page
  • Amygdala explains why you might want to care about dysprosium, terbium, and neodymium. I'll Have Mine Rare
  • We have made and characterized a new, erbium-doped tellurite glass that has high glass transition temperature.
  • The insides of energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs are coated with tiny amounts of two such elements, terbium and europium. U.S. urged to swiftly secure supplies of 'energy-critical elements'
  • In present paper, the advance of spectrophotometric analysis of terbium is described.
  • Dermabrasion is another procedure that works well for all scars by sculpting a raised mark flat using electrocautery, mechanical dermabrasion, or a resurfacing laser such as CO2 or erbium: YAG see “The Problem: A Scar” on page 236. Simple Skin Beauty
  • Apple Inc. and Blackberry maker Research In Motion Ltd. use terbium to make their phones smaller, lighter and faster. Rare-Earth Firms Prove a Common Focus for Shorts
  • But by cooling liquid glass very quickly, CRI achieves a more uniform distribution of atoms, allowing the addition of rare-earth elements such as erbium and ytterbium.
  • By replacing yttrium ions with europium, the researchers could make garnets with a violet hue, while ytterbium, zirconium, and cerium produced green garnets.
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